Oldest Surviving Ford, a 1903 Model A with an Original $830 Price Tag, Heads to the Auction Block

Henry Ford is credited with pioneering the assembly line that allowed for the mass production of affordable automobiles such as the Model T.

At the (very) early days of the company, though, Ford’s first model, which was rather unsurprisingly named the Model A, was put together in one large assembly room at the Mack Avenue plant and each car bore no sequential chassis number.

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